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I will get better tomorrow by Detours, Vincent and Henry, Dominique

Axelle, Hugo, Kareem and Victor have cancer. Lovingly supported by their parents and with the help of a medical team that is as warm as a professional she endured the treatment trials. Their fight draws us into the world of advanced medicines, sophisticated pills that perform miracles. Or not. Tomorrow I will get better follows for 18 months the course of treatment, the diagnosis to the effects of the treatment on the various facets of human existence: the functioning of the body, death, resistance, tenderness and the exuberant spontaneity of children ... Vincent Detours and Dominique Henry avoid the pitfalls of cheap sentiment in a concise and highly informative documentary that shows the situations speak for themselves.
Director
Detours, Vincent and Henry, Dominique
Copyright Holder
UniversCine
Duration
91 min.
Year of release
2009
Language
French
Country of production
23

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